Homeschool Workshop: The Times They Are A-Changin’

In response to COVID-19, the CMCH has created a new way to experience Homeschool Day! This program includes an activity kit mailed to your home plus a chance to engage in an interactive online workshop with other homeschoolers!

Virtual Presentation: Black History at the CMCH

This program offers a virtual tour of items from our collection representing a spectrum of the Black experience in CT. You’ll learn about a Harlem Renaissance writer, Ann Petry, who carefully preserved artifacts chronicling the black community of Saybrook. Examine daguerreotypes by Augustus Washington, who abandoned a successful Hartford photography business to build a new nation in Africa.

Traditions without Borders

Connecticut Museum of Culture and History 1 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT

Join us for the first public viewing of the short film, Traditions without Borders/Tradiciones sin Fronteras. This mini-documentary, directed by Boceto Media’s Maricarmen Cajahuaringa, showcases the cultural traditions surrounding The...

A Celebration of Land and Sea: Modern Indigenous Cuisine in New England

Connecticut Museum of Culture and History 1 Elizabeth St, Hartford, CT

Rachel Beth Sayet is a member of the Mohegan nation. In this lecture, Rachel shares her knowledge on the multiple traditional thanksgivings of New England, along with her years of work revitalizing these traditional foods alongside her tribal elders.